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Old 11-06-2008, 11:18 AM   #1
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My 4 month pup gets exited in front of strangers and then pees on them. Hes ok with people he sees regular and its hard when people make a fuss of him (which almost everyone does.) I try to tell them to ignore him till ive got him to sit and then they can fuss him.

Is this a puppy thing and will he grow out of it.

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He might grow out if it but he also may need some help. You're doing the right thing by telling people to ignore him. Also teaching him basic commands like "sit" and "stay" will help because you can give hte command and it'll give him something to focus on.

If it doesn't stop then you might want to take him to the vet to make sure his urinary tract is ok.
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Most of mine that come from Germany do this and I just ignore when I let them out of the kennel or inside here. If they start this, I walk away, have your guests do this, make no fuss. She will quit it, mine do. Ignore method is the best when one is so submisive to people. Ask them not to say a word, to come in and not pet her or fuss, she will soon forget about doing that.
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yes I do this at home but I find it hard to do when we are on walks or in the park as people like to fuss him because hes a pup but they get a shock when he wees on they shoes

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If you could ask people to just say a slight: HELLO DOGGIE, then ignore a bit and talk a few words to ya. After waiting a few then let them pet her but not in excited words or mimmicks of ways we use on pups etc. Try and use a calm quiet voice not alot of fussing until she realizes she does not need to leak, it will quit with coperation from others too. The Best honey it will come along, give it time and practice.
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